FASDs Prevention Video Series

Alcohol use during pregnancy is a common area of concern for expectant women. Patients receive multiple opinions from relatives and friends about whether or not she should indulge in drinking alcohol during pregnancy. The pregnant woman needs advice from an expert and considers her healthcare provider as the trusted source. These videos from the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Prevention Project provide guidance about counseling women regarding alcohol use in pregnancy for ob-gyns and women's health care providers.





ACOG YouTube Channel

VIDEO: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Prevention: Promoting Screening & Brief Intervention. Watch the Youtube videos and click the “share” button (top right corner of viewer) to embed on your patient website or share on social media.

What You Should Tell Her


Dr. Karen Harris – District XII FASD Champion


Dr. Tricia Wright – District VIII FASD Champion


Jeanne Mahoney - Senior Director, Providers' Partnership


American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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